zveloDB, complete with meticulously curated datasets for Malicious URLs, Phishing URLs, and Web Content Categorizations, supports new tiered service offering and driving revenue growth for a global Remote Browser Isolation provider.Details
zveloDB™ is the market’s premium URL database and web classification service, providing best-in-class accuracy and coverage. The zveloDB supports nearly 500 topic-based, malicious, phishing, objectionable and sensitive categories, powering the world’s leading Web and DNS Filtering, Endpoint Security, Brand Safety, Contextual Targeting, Subscriber Analytics, and other applications.
Mobile security platform leverages zvelo’s full-path URL classification to identify malicious and suspicious URLs appearing within whitelisted sites.Details
This post demonstrates the lifecycle of a website and how it moves through zvelo’s InActiveWeb, ProActiveWeb and ActiveWeb.
zveloDB supports a safe and secure distance learning environment for a leading G Suite classroom management solution partnered with schools worldwide.Details
While both can be harmful, dangerous, or threaten the safety of online users, there are very clear distinctions between Malicious vs Objectionable content. Understand how zvelo differentiates between them.
Compliance risk assessment platform for video communication and collaboration tools secures against malicious and objectionable content with zveloAPI full-path categorization.Details
OEMs receive notification that the RuleSpace URL database is going end of life (EoL) leaving security partners scrambling to find a RuleSpace alternative.Details
Positioned to be the future of Ad Tech, Contextual Targeting is making a strong comeback as global privacy laws become increasingly restrictive and tech giants shift browser technology to maximize user privacy.
URL shortener leverages a zveloAPI hybrid solution to overcome public backlash, unfavorable press, and unhappy clients, to rebuild brand trust, reputation and retention rates.Details
The resurgence of the Emotet trojan reminds us of these 5 habits everyone should develop to maximize your organization’s online security.